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Gouyave beach in fishing village Grenada

Resilient Islands in Grenada

Resilient Islands is an initiative to help Caribbean islands cope with the impacts of climate change by promoting the protection of coastal habitats to reduce risks, and by providing communities and governments with the tools to implement sustainable development plans that prioritize nature.

The project team will work with the Ministry to help realize various aspects of the Strategic Plan’s integrated approaches for ecosystem-based adaptation solutions (EBA) while complementing on-going initiatives through the provision of additional training and capacity building of relevant personnel, and the implementation of tailored EBA.

The team will work in at least two new communities that have previously been identified as highly vulnerable and in need of adaptation action to implement a set of EBA solutions

  • Climate-smart fisher facility in the village of Soubise
  • Community-based water quality remediation project in Grenville Bay